A lengthy story about how to install this driver would appear here in
near future, hopefully.
Hint: there is no "tar" command in v6. You can make a buggy "v6tar" in v7 and bring it to v6 with "tp" via a physical/virtual tape. Sounds cumbersome? Indeed, it is.
Though another RL driver is included in this tarball, it cannot be used with vanilla v6.
NOTE: WHEN YOU BOOT UP WITH THIS v6_rl02_unknown IMAGE, ALL INPUT AND OUTPUT CHARACTERS SEEM CONVERTED INTO UPPERCASE CHARACTERS. IN CASE YOU FEEL DIZZY, TYPE JUST "STTY -LCASE" and the world should be looking so boring again.
set cpu 18b set rl0 rl02 attach rl0 v6rl02.dsk d sr 1 boot rl0After boot, choose rlunix as a boot kernel.
PDP-11 simulator V3.0-2 !rlunix mem = 1033 RESTRICTED RIGHTS Use, duplication or disclosure is subject to restrictions stated in Contract with Western Electric Company, Inc. login: root # ls bin dev etc hpunix lib mnt rkunix rlunix rpunix tmp unix usr # sync # Simulation stopped, PC: 034430 (BHI 34436) sim> quit GoodbyeDocs, srcs are not included in this image for now. Note: bootblock is rluboot from v6_rl02_unknown, which lacks the source code.